Reclaiming the Tailche Soir
Gleann an Oir
In one swift coordinated movement, House Tonn Taoide forced peasants on their land to move deeper into the wilderness with the promise that they would be allowed to rent out their previous cultivated land to the next wave of immigrants. Huge quantities of trees were cut down and new houses built.
As they penetrated they came upon a city of ruins. From the writing on the gates, it was called “Gleann an Oir”. Preliminary scouting reports stated that much of the city was intact and significant further explorations would be required. Off in the distance the fabled Sleibhte Copar Mountain could be seen standing tall in the vast plains of this land.